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. >> reporter: jennifer campbell got her entire layaway paid off. >> yeah. >> reporter: and at this salvation army kettle, an anonymous donor put in a diamond ring with a note that read, "paying it forward, jayden style." and those are just a few examples of what has become a phenomenon in and around midland, michigan. restaurant managers say they will sometimes go 15 minutes without anyone paying for their own meal. >> it's an everyday all day kind of thing. >> reporter: when did you start to realize what was happening? >> i think when we went to lunch and we got our bill, and it said, uhm....... [ pause ] >> it said "zero owed, paying it forward in honor of jayden lamb." [ voice breaking ] >> reporter: full circle and now circling the globe. through facebook, tom and nicole are getting word of kind deeds being done across the country and around the world all in honor of jayden lamb, the boy who told his dad, god needed him more. >> i wonder that myself. is this what god needed him more for, a message of hope for humanity? >> reporter: this holiday season, people have been asking themselves,
] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. >> some quick headlines for you, atheists in virginia creating controversy with the new billboard, it reads quote, don't believe in god, join the club. many in roanoke are outraged it went up before christmas and with the catch. watching lions detroit receiver calvin johnson, megatron, broke the single receiving yards record of 1848 yards, set an in 1995. 1892 yards with one game still to go. congratulations, clayton? >> thanks so much, kelly. more football now. you're looking for a last minute gift for the football fan in your life. we've got it. the new book called the last head bangers, nfl in the rowdy, reckless, 1970's. highlights what many say is the greatest era of footballs, the '70s, when players were hard hitting and ruthless. joining us now is the author of this book. >> nice to see you. >> clayton: you're here on an interesting day, 40 years ago today
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